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Will I lose my right to drive after a DWI?

If you have been charged with a driving while intoxicated offense in New Mexico, you are not alone. Many people find themselves facing these types of charges, but it is important to remember than arrest does not mean you are guilty. You will want to understand the potential ramifications of the charge, how to defend yourself and what impact the event may have on your life. 

What factors might influence field sobriety test accuracy?

Most people in New Mexico know the feeling of fear that can come over them when they look and see flashing police lights in their rear-view mirror while driving. Even if a driver has not done anything wrong or has only committed a minor infraction, the thought of being approached by a police officer can be scary. This type of fear may contribute to even more extreme anxiety for some people.

Intersection collision in Santa Fe kills father and son

For most drivers in Roswell, sharing the road with others may not be an issue. Yet peoples' driving habits may become complacent over time as the lack of perceived dangers that can come from driving give the impression that operating a vehicle is routine. This may prompt some to forget about standard rules of the rules, as years and years of driving a certain way can convince them that their incorrect assumptions are correct. 

What is an automatic stay?

Many Americans are overwhelmed with credit card debt, medical bills, mortgages and other expenses that they cannot keep up with. In fact, close to one million people file for bankruptcy every year in an attempt to reclaim control over their finances. If you are one of the many who face this problem, you may find yourself the target of collector and creditor phone calls. In some cases, collectors can use harassing measures to obtain a payment on the account. Once you file for bankruptcy, however, an automatic stay is put in place. This measure is designed to keep collectors from being able to contact you regarding your unpaid balance.

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Albuquerque, NM 87109

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732 E. Michigan
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Hobbs, NM 88240

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Las Cruces, NM 88001

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Ruidoso, NM 88345

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